Working across King's to develop creative and cultural projects for research, engagement and impact
For over ten years, King's Culture has worked across and beyond the university to foster creative collaborations between researchers, artists, students and partners for knowledge exchange and impact. This includes working across two primary sites; Science Gallery London (Guy’s Campus) and the Strand Cultural Quarter (Strand Campus).
The partnerships and collaborations developed by King's Culture enhance research and drive innovation, enrich education through original learning opportunities and help King’s to deliver on the commitments set out in Vision 2029.
The King’s Culture strategy is led by Beatrice Pembroke, Executive Director for Culture. Together with Directors Alison Duthie (Programmes) and Dan Walker (Operations & Planning), she provides leadership for the Culture team and Science Gallery London.
The King's Culture offer
The team working within King's Culture aims to support university, faculty and student priorities across research, education and impact to deliver the ambitions set out in King’s Vision 2029.
The Culture team includes sector specialists with expertise in collaborative education, research and innovation, public programming, partnerships, cultural engagement and cultural policy.
Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact a member of the team.